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Contemporary Jewelry Design Group Announces Cindy Edelstein Memorial Auction at 2017 Couture Show

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For years, Edelstein ran a similar auction.

(Press Release) The Contemporary Jewelry Design Group has announced the inaugural Cindy Edelstein Memorial Charity Auction to take place on June 3 at the COUTURE Show in Las Vegas.

The nonprofit CJDG in cooperation with the COUTURE Show will conduct an online auction of jewelry donated by CJDG members. Proceeds from the auction will be donated to the Jewelers For Children charity and to the Cindy Edelstein fund of the Women’s Jewelry Association.

The auction has the consent and support of Cindy Edelstein’s family and friends. For many years, Edelstein ran a similar auction in Las Vegas; this auction is a tribute to her and a way for CJDG to give back to the jewelry community.

Details of the online auction site and donated pieces will be forthcoming. The dollar amount raised will be announced at the June 3 event.

Formed in 1989, the CJDG is a national organization dedicated to the promotion of creative jewelry design.

For more information, contact Marylouise Lugosch, executive director of the CJDG, at [email protected]

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